GoComics Adds New Comics in Decemberby GoComics
Santa was good to GoComics this month, bringing us FOUR new to comics to unwrap! Catch up on our latest additions:
Wyatt by Eric Gapstur
Every kid's dream has come true for 8-year-old Wyatt Flynn - he gets superpowers! His dad says he's too young to fight crime, so Wyatt has to find other ways to be a hero.
The strip focuses on the adventures of Wyatt, his overly cautious father, Matthew, and his sister and best frenemy, Adeline, as they adjust to life with his new abilities.
Wyatt creator Eric Gapstur is a comic book artist whose work can be seen in DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and Dynamite comics. He lives in eastern Iowa with his wife, Michelle, and son, Liam.
Hot Comics for Cool People by Brandon Sheffield and Dami Lee
You know how sometimes you're trying to reach for your phone but you kind of just gush your hand into your cereal bowl instead because it was right next to it and your brain isn't turned on because it's 8 a.m. and it's just not time for humans to be awake yet? And it takes you a second to realize what you've just done and you're like, "Oh, dang."
Then you get to the office and you're like, "Weird, the parking lot is so empty, I'm not that early, am I?" and you fiddle with the door and think, "What the heck, did they change the codes," but then you realize "Whoa, it is totally Sunday right now!"
So then you decide, "Well, I'm up early anyway, let's check out that one diner Stephanie was talking about, I mean, I could eat again." And then you go there and you have a nice meal and you're like, "Something like this isn't so bad every once in a while."
This is kind of a comic about that.
Brandon Sheffield, the writer behind Hot Comics for Cool People, is a writer and game developer at necrosoftgames.com. He is a big fan of animals, and lives in Oakland, California.
Dami Lee, the illustrator of Hot Comics for Cool People, is an illustrator at Buzzfeed. She loves '90s R&B jams, snacking aggressively and animals who think they're people.
Please Listen to Me by Matt Lubchansky
Always hilarious, occasionally topical and never predictable, Please Listen to Me is the world filtered through the mind of cartoonist Matt Lubchansky. Running the gamut from serious to goofy, each strip reframes the commonplace as the absurd or the absurd as the commonplace.
Matt Lubchansky is a cartoonist and illustrator living in Queens, New York. His work has appeared on The Nib, The Toast, The Hairpin, Fast Company and Atlas Obscura.
Not Invented Here by Bill Barnes and friends
Behind each great piece of software is a talented, conscientious team of hardworking individuals dedicated to producing the highest-quality product using internationally accepted best practices and industry standards. Then there are these guys.
Not Invented Here creator Bill Barnes started making software on the TRS-80 model I, and thinks computers have only gone downhill since then. He is the artist and co-writer behind Unshelved (unshelved.com). Barnes lives in Seattle and enjoys playing the ukulele. Not Invented Here has had several different artists, including Jeff Zugale and Bill himself.